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This is a promotional booklet highlighting the history and merits of French Champagne for the English speaking market. It was published by Charles Heidsieck the famous French Champagne merchant. Includes descriptions of the Champagne district, a history of Champagne wine, the winemaking and bottling process, the Champagne region during World War I and recommendations for the best ways to keep and serve Champagne wine. Contains photographs, illustrations and maps, 32 numbered pages. Undated, early 20th century, possibly circa 1920. Printed by Debar in Reims and Paris, France. Digitized from the print copy in the rare book collection of Cornell’s Frank A. Lee Library, NYSAES, Geneva, NY.